A French dating website, Gleeden, has been taken to court for promoting adultery.
The five year old website is said to specifically target married women in breach of Federal civil law.
\”There are plenty of other websites out there which promote sexual contact between individuals, but what makes Gleeden different is that its very business model is based on marital infidelity,\” says Jean-Marie Andres, president of the Association of Catholic Families.
\”It states quite openly that its purpose is to offer married women opportunities to have sex outside the marriage.
\”But here in France, people and parliament are all in agreement that marriage is a public commitment. It\’s in the law. What we are trying to do with our suit is show that the civil code – the law – has meaning.\”